Little Pro on 2016-01-26 Views: Update:2018-04-02
Turkish chemical substance inventory is a list of chemical substances submitted by chemical manufacturers and importers under the Regulation on Inventory and Control of Chemicals (CICR). Since the CICR has been replaced by KKDIK regulation in 2017, this inventory is no longer meaningful and valid.
In December 2011, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning (MoEUP) published the chemical substance inventory on their website in two parts:
Please note that <1t/y chemical substances do not need to be listed in the inventory.
Turkey's KKDIK regulation issued in June 2017 requires companies to register all substances manufactured or imported with volume >=1t/y.
Click here to access all references and resources for Turkey including the English translation of regulations, regulatory lists and useful links to the websites of competent authorities.
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